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Employment [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

Current employment listings.

Employment & Training [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

List of services and resources available to the members of Eskasoni First Nation for employment and training.

Business Profiles [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

List of Business Profiles in the Eskasoni First Nation.

Governance & Community Survey Results [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2008

"The purpose of this survey is to gather feedback about topics specific to the Eskasoni First Nation. There are 289 respondents to the survey which establishes a 95% confidence level and +/- 5.5% accuracy."

Departments:Employment and Training [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

"Mi’kmaq Employment Training Secretariat METS coordinates and administrates quality training and employment for the thirteen First Nations in Nova Scotia."

Departments:Economic Development [Eskasoni First Nation]

Publisher: 
Eskasoni First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

"Assists the community economic development process in areas such as business development, resource management and other related economic activities."

Gaming [Acadia First Nation]

Publisher: 
Acadia First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

Information pertaining to Acadia Frist Nation's gaming facilities.

Fisheries: Kespuwick Resources Incorporated [Acadia First Nation]

Publisher: 
Acadia First Nation
Year of publication: 
2011

"[R]ights-based fishing enterprise that will provide a variety of employment opportunities for Band members while building a positive working relationship with non-native fishermen and companies."

Economic Development [Acadia First Nation]

Publisher: 
Acadia First Nation
Year of publication: 
2005

"Enhancing the quality of living for Acadia First Nation members and their families through community and social development."

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